NetEnt Brings the Full Moon in New Slot Game The Wolf’s Bane

29 Oct 2019

This Halloween, prepare yourself for a terrifying night with the wolves of myth. The Wolf’s Bane doesn’t just explore the realm of werewolves, and you will be fighting against them in a last-ditch effort to save yourself and the village. Uncover their treasures while you’re at it to get yourself really motivated.

Take part in this 5×3 grid slot machine to go up against the hairy beast and fight for your payouts. Set in a small town of the 18th century, you will be gathering help from the villagers themselves and the mayor as you band together on this spooky night. To aid you in your quest, you can take advantage of Wilds to substitute any other symbol in the game. Unlock free spins and bonuses to control the battlefield and score the most winnings.

Other symbols will be helping you on your way or hindering you. Many more monsters are on their way to use as symbol payouts: the evil nurses, the mysterious psychics, the grotesque gravediggers and the terrifying soldiers. You can control where these symbols land through the point and click feature, allowing you to land your own symbols and score combinations on your own terms.

The NetEnt Director of Games, Bryan Upton, talks about the hype behind this new title and how it will help bring that Halloween spirit.

“Its launch has been timed to coincide with Halloween but it’s a game with a classic theme that we expect to have great longevity and wide appeal thanks to its proven game mechanics,” he said.

The The Wolf’s Bane slot itself contains beautiful designs that not only match the spooky theme but help bring its own creativity to set it aside from all others.

Whether you are into the holiday or not, you will not be denied a classic slot game that involves new features that only NetEnt can provide. You can play the game now on all NetEnt operators.

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